Business Appropriate Communication

students sitting and talking It is important to consider how you present yourself in the workplace – both to your colleagues and external customers.

Examples could include:

  • Being aware of different communication styles when emailing or phoning colleagues
  • Being courteous to colleagues e.g. calling ahead if you are late
  • Writing professional, unbiased emails, letters and reports

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Business Appropriate Communication with Nayiri Keshishiskills

67%* of employers need graduates who can communicate appropriately within the business. Understanding how to do this, in a professional and effective way, is crucial to enhancing employment prospects and performance.

Nayiri is a Learning & Development Professional and Career Coach, with over 6 years’ experience of delivering employability activities to students from all backgrounds. She loves designing and delivering a variety of training and e-learning to enhance the career prospects of students.

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